Which University did you attend?
What is the name of the Company you work for?
In which business Sector do you operate?
What is your Company website address?
What is your Job Title?
Senior Donor Partnerships Executive
In which county in Ireland are you (or your parents/grandparents) from? (Members can search for other Members by County.)
What is the profile of your ideal client?
Governments, Multilateral Donors, Foundations, other Non-Government Organisations & Private Sector Organisations involved, or have an interest in International Development.
What business services could you offer IIBN members?
GOAL works with the most vulnerable communities to help them respond to and recover from humanitarian crises and to assist them to build transcendent solutions to mitigate poverty and vulnerability. GOAL has responded to almost every major natural and man-made disaster and catastrophe in the past 40 years, but we can only do this with businesses' help. So, whether you’re looking for a company-wide challenge, a fun event for your office, getting your colleagues and employees involved in a memorable day or just giving to a good cause – please do get in touch.
What business services could you require from IIBN members occasionally/regularly?
GOAL has responded to almost every major natural and man-made disaster and catastrophe in the past 40 years. In these times of crisis, we need partners who can provide us with support and funds to ensure we can respond as quickly as possible. Support often comes in different ways: flights, supplies, your time, IT support etc. as well as monetary donations. There are many ways to get IIBN members involved and make a real difference to the lives of people living in the world’s most vulnerable communities. Some of the most popular methods of giving are listed below: - Charity of the year partnerships - Emergency Response Partnerships - Sponsorship & Donations - Events - Matched & Tax Effective Giving - Payroll Giving - Sharing your Skills and Experience
Tell us something interesting or unusual about yourself.
Whilst working in Palestine a few years ago, one morning Palestinians took to the street and started firing their AK47s and other guns up into the air. I asked the Minister I was working with if we should be alarmed. He replied in the negative saying they were happy bullets as parents were showing their joy at their children having received their A level results and had got into university!